It’s a shame that you don’t have the chance to play with them.
1. A splash pool for four-legged water babies you wouldn’t mind sharing a cool pool with on a hot summer day.
2. A mini fishing pole and catnip carp so you can at least catch a catfish in your living room on days when you wish you were outdoors catching bass.
3. A birdcage basketball hoop — you know you’ll have a ~ball~ whenever your birds decide it’s game day and you have a court-side seat.
4. A remote control rat — you might enjoy controlling it even more than your cat enjoys attacking it.
Price: $9.99 (available in four colors)
5. An opossum squeaker for anyone who got a Pomeranian instead of an opossum as a pet and who now realizes… why not both??
6. A rabbit chew toy so you can give your little critter a darling toy that looks like it came straight from the produce section.
Promising review: “This toy lasts a long time and it’s colorful in the cage. My Guinea pig likes it. I will buy more of these.” —Carole
7. A rattan tent playpen with scratch-able sides and boop-able entryway decor — this’ll be a delightfully ~campy~ addition to your cat’s toy collection.
Price: $68.61+ (available in seven colors)
8. A Krusty Krab aquarium hideout so you can look at something you love even if your beloved fish’s favorite game is hide and seek.
9. A tennis ball launcher that’ll certainly make playing fetch even more fetchin’ fun!
Promising review: “This is doggie heaven. I have had this toy for two months now and use it everyday — no problems. It has excellent range, works great, and the price is outstanding.” —KaysEtc
10. A pair of rope ball critters that are gonna belong to you and only you… unless you hide them poorly and get ~roped~ into sharing them with Sparky.
11. A laser pointer so you can entertain and exercise your cat from the comfort of your couch. That’s the (laser) point of becoming a cat dad, right?
Promising review: “Both lasers work flawlessly and I absolutely love that the laser stays on with one click of the button!! My kitty is so happy! I would definitely purchase these again!” —Catlover
12. A plush produce set for pet parents who think it’s adorable when their pup plays with her food.
Promising review: “These are a little dog’s delight! I bought these toys for my small dogs and they love them. My dogs are not seek and destroy types though. They are very good quality toys, have no odor at all, are larger than expected, and super cute. Some have squeakers and some rustle like paper inside. There were no tags to cut off. I would recommend them if your dog doesn’t just destroy stuffed toys.” —Clarissa
13. An adjustable play pen so your bird can enjoy life on their own personalized playground and you can enjoy having birdcage decor as colorful as your cockatiel.
Promising review: “Now my birds have their own park! This gym park is great for my small birds, mine love it. They get exercise too. It’s made well and easy to clean. This is best for small birds that live in very large cages.” —Walmart Customer
14. A dumbbell chew toy for anyone who only wants a gym buddy if their name is actually Buddy… and they are actually a dog.
15. An electronic singing hummingbird that’ll be a ton of fun in the house if both you and your cat love birds (even if you love them alive and your cat loves them… not like that).
Promising review: “My cat doesn’t like toys with feathers. However this little singing hummingbird is a totally different story. She is 16 years old and loves it. It’s always carried to her bed for nap time. It’s a winner for her.” —MeowMeowsMommy
16. A sturdy fetch wheel for very good dogs with a very bad habit of destroying every frisbee you throw them.
Promising review: “I have an Australian cattle dog and he loves this toy so much. It’s the best for fetch in an urban apartment because when you throw it it doesn’t make tons of noise on the floor. He has been through three of these in two years. They’re worth every penny. It’s very durable — he is about sixty pounds and is very strong. I highly recommend this product for fetch and indoor play!” —Minando
17. A circuit cat toy your cat is gonna love even more than the box it came in.
If you’re a cat parent, you know what a big deal that really is.
Promising review: “My two young cats seem to always quickly lose interest in the toys I buy them. However they can’t seem to resist this toy whenever they walk by! It’s so gratifying to hear them playing with it throughout the day. I will be buying additional pieces to change the shape of the track for more fun. This is top of my list of favorite purchases so far.” —Walmart Customer
18. A heckin’ precious Lamb Chop dog toy you’ll really know you only bought for yourself when your dog asks, “Who is Shari Lewis?”
19. Or a durable plush lamb if you’d rather your dog munch on a toy that doesn’t already have a name and a family.
Price: $15.99+ (available in two sizes)
20. A puny popcorn box that’ll delight movie fans before it’s adored/destroyed by an overjoyed bird.
21. A super strong treat and chew toy pack for anyone who simply wants a pet toy that can last more than 24.3 seconds in their lovable giant’s jaws.
22. A natural pine play toy — your hamster is gonna ham it up with this on the daily. And look adorable while doing it!
Price: $6.93 (available in six styles)
23. A giant tennis ball for anyone who knows finding good dog toys is a ~big~ deal.
24. A cat mat that’ll look cute-as-can-be, even when it’s thrown on the floor (where every single, and I mean every single, cat toy always ends up).
25. And a Pet Cube so you can talk, view, and play laser tag at home with your pet any time of the day — for pet parents who would be happy if playtime was all the time.
Petcube Play also sends alerts to your phone and has two-way audio with HD camera and night vision!
Promising review: “I love how Petcube allows me to interact with my dog when I’m at work. He is a single child, so it gets kind of lonely. I can play with him and talk to him through the camera. So far so good!” —Chocolate